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Office of News and Information
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March 3, 2003
To: Reporters, Editors, Producers
Fr: Glenn Small | 410-516-7160 | glenn@jhu.edu
Re: The U.S-German relationship: Can it be salvaged?

As the United States moves closer to war with Iraq, the rift between the United States and Germany has grown wider, with much damage to the historically important relationship. What will happen if the United State does invade Iraq? How bad will be the damage to the U.S.-German relationship? Will it last? How might the United States and Germany repair the dialogue, if and when Saddam Hussein is removed from power?

For answers to these questions and all other issues relating to Germany and its relationship to the United States, consider Jackson Janes and Cathleen Fisher as resources. Both head up the Johns Hopkins American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, a high-level think tank and research center in Washington, D.C., Janes as the executive director and Fisher as the associate director.

Janes and Fisher are fluent in English and German and are available for interviews. To schedule an interview, please call Sonia Mayr at 202-332-9312, ext. 117 or e-mail her at sonia@aicgs.org.

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